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THE JOURNAL-ALBUQUERQUE, SATUKDÍY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1885.
n KANSAS CITY HOUSE, JOHV BOTtE, ITOp. Boai'd d Lodging, EE ASÍ) SABLE KATES. FVontRt. Norlh of B. T!. Ave.. AUniqnerque. 3 m 1 miy ..j t j "r 3 íLui i J Vit U t- t-i- tCa pr Laret Glroolatlon ot any papw tn Now . t - f ' sf I KtKlOO. Capital paid in $50,OOU Beat Advertising Mediant ta the Great ft r HAS 119 m is Snthweet. LAS VEGAS LOCALS. I sveóo i.ead of COLD PENS, Pencils, Toothpicks is iil of th en s Cotnoanv. in a tor reiy aeroNxtne ler i A 1 1 a i t w n j t i r i l n ;.-s wi'1i and ii.-it'Mes uu'.s vt bol h lerr.lo- V ( L t" -.- ib.e ol lrritraie'll. A uH'q found wherever t-iLrft a i nr t i i I e, c v ver I'MiMti. v. ens have - I.,. tH'.-;i obtained. t u V . t;T ill 1 biiVt b Of IliO A h-i V.titt f ! f rri - 1 1 I rt .-.is i tl-' llUIUi em. 2 e l t I gradea Teetalut-ts are i 1 r' 1 r f ! e L !' wil 1 ' H II V. ir .ml kri xi p i) t id l! i tne - tt t. Jui'Ilia- til n i ' . i ti r.ii r .ir h ii t i 1.-S si I of ir C li 1 -'. Ml!. ; . I'll 17 M 8 r ) v -,i ol Ill-It i; fS'SC'C. C'-.V.. L'. S A-, MV.'liFACTÜKERS OFTHE CELE3RATE0 m ft A ill A é ion i ; cLi- i can prove the test Rink Skate Manufactured, and used by ' " t!net e"i)ert and professional skaters in this country. - ' , ' PRICE PER PAIR. 4 t ."frl-.vi oo '.. Patent Buckles, Steel Axles, Boxwood Rolls $4.00 . . . , , , . , u a 4 no ', ; Pi lo Koiier M;at", wor.a i op. Double Gamp Roller Skate, Steel Top, - " i ickci i op. Steel Too Lever Rink Roller Skate, Blued . " Nickel 79- Lakes' re J Heel and Clamp Toe " v York Roller Skate, Wood Top, for li cm car.ro! cct them ikm cur 1 nrd (.' t . V j ri.r cn tece-pt of aleve ct r 1 L crl discount totee (Succc'isor to T" n ;:OT7 CAGZS 1 1 s Shop on First St., bcU ALBUQUERQUE 3 - . a tarn.. ' 9 , ,."vn I J tin ft 1 J ' w PIANO WAi:i:nOO:i, ChlUlers i:'Kk, Gold Ave. and Organs sold on monthly installments. Old instruments taken in It." F. COLEMAN, General Agent, Albuquerque. New Mexico. u. a . .3 - wnOLfMlE - best Staple Groceries in the City. C II ANT BUILDING. 1 .ts: Cur Illustrated 0 "ey::.yti;:3 fc the cafxen," 11 of TaluabJe cukanl direction, containing vcfl fiiln-'TC'd F-aici, and embracing every tiv.r. . f W and KArfc. in Mr.t.US ana PLAN li. 'ül a mailed on receipt oí stamp to cover posi- - íkL, naottf. apacsuioa. rn THE CJEIiE'BIlA.TJEr). Clirlesl. fnsVfes tie lirpert. Who Fw l",í$ Hat Tree Champion Lady s Nellie Fclle-, Chamoin Lady Miss Mabel Davidson, Champion Lady Skater ot the. Northwest. Ge.irre Jackson, Challenge Skater of the World. , ; Chas. MA.VÍ.TACTVRED BY La. C l O I íí ' .li, 80U ly ?;.lí:r.i "Jr. ., tO Maia St.. tn finen of potato?, oats, wheat, barley ana KanV'i vegetables of laiveiie and (inequality, have been'stiecee-fullv irrxiwn without irnitaiioY uu the scopes of the Sau Francisco mountains. tin tin-e mo-.tutsins títere is an extensive timber belt, thvervüed by tier.utiful vaheys ana parts, with ifiwtl water and wonderful ctin ous. t'Toitóli winch tu r-.ad passes, in laot. l'ie lioi of the nuuiitrv tr.crst by tne roifl is wry iiettirsn. 4 tautift, nl bumij teiia!-tt'.iuiibiiiil;thiniisri:mW. ibe n'ey of tiie Kl inuwle, at Anuqur riuf is f'iü fott t.ove th seassnU Uie passes ; thf Sierri Jia.ire and tbu tu Fnuicitcf .nnviiitxi'ii, m Ar.7.iita, ttae "ievanosis ol 730C fet wiiii a d-M.re.-oiou at V iniiow, on Ihi Liitie i oioavi", h.-re the altitude is SOW) 'feet. chínate it mild aud sulul-rions.. Cmllt and sli-'-p ttrxte i :i.-oualiout the year, and do tint Herd to be ulifitTed or jfram fJ during Uia v.. .,(. Ilie itiKuts wo cool durliis tut summer. , . . i 'to c'wipanf 5 bo r'?Plrf"' to t"ie saI of "iu ifraziiia'-laud In quatitiíie oí Sti.üut ;., or mow, at price raiiKinjf front out d.iiitr (or eveM for larver quaoiitie, tc ooe. oilar mid a half an ate, iuu pavin-nt oí ooe-iourtii tne vurutsase Talue at date ol onitrat-t ot ..;, the retiiaiud.ir in payinentt :n may e atrn-nl uoon, bearuiK six per cent, iiitf-r-iit; ar.U irri-íáliie agricoiturai lands in If .. N of a -.'Of nmre. The belt oí tlm Atlantic & Faciflo railroad land grant Ine'.odM the u! STailabld gwm iatnl In the coutttrv south of the Wissonfi riwl tufct ia b pHretiw I" inrge areas; aud lU s,i(.u of ciütutrv throiifTli wine 1 tul roac :a.-se will bsc.ni the best btvi producing nwúrn oí tut 0 oiled State. . ' : . Aía m "ot fits I-t.id Mraut will be fovtrardeo on application, and propriy accredited jvr Mtsss tl".ir:lo; to iííííC ra'.iU'-í lK-lols, w,U li cr br punvhtie and eMablisiu stock taiKlit. w.U be given laolniies for iliac purpose. J. A. AYILLIA2S0N, Xl'OA. 8. SKIMSWiCK. Tjin-l ronimiHsScitW, Uuol Anent. T Mi.k SL, ttos'oii, iiaas AluiKiueroue, N. 11. É 1 1 k ' Ctfiidt . Key Fastenings, liiuea 5 30 t.50 6.00 7.00 5-5 6.50 1. 00 Keller Skate, Blued. ' " Xir-ke! Nickeled Boys and Girls -. r.arcware dea'ercr rick, send to us, ana we p u e, cr L: O V., as may fce preierrea, tiaCe m quantisy. uaiatogues seni u "Vv"HITC OI3 , tcornb it Síeí'.cr) -5 ADT3 TO ORDER Goid ami Silver Ave., HEW MEXICO I I '"S 1 m t 1 U "! A?fl ItET.Vf I. Assortment of Fancy and RAILROAD AVENUE pETEíl SlEíIGERSCi! Catalogue Cl IjUij sGoaiuüDT St. ! NEW YORK. 5? Celebrated frocker "B." Tht Skate: Skater of America. Skater of the West. L. Fi inks, The V orid s Champion. F.llnnzapolls, f.'.lnn., U. S. A. CULao. Iil , am 47 Murray St ., 5aw rfc. Broad grins are getting common. The brass pounders at the depot all sport cowboy hats. - Those who attend the Easter services at the Catholic church may expect some excellent music. Trainmaster Rain has declared war against night prowlers, and is now pre pared to give the late callers a warm re ception. . The business houses along Bridge street are receiving their spring suits at the hands of the painters. Plenty of paint well applied is worth the money ex pended, not only as a preservative but on account of the inviting appearance given. Arthur Sweet, one of the fixtures in Su peritendent Dyer's office, hasjust return ed from a two months visit in Rhode Is1 land, where he had an excellent time whis pering soft nonsense in the willing ears of the girl of his boyhood. Arthur says he is no' longer sweet on any of the Vegas ladies, but is grateful for the smiles they lavished in former days. Have had no marriage to report for some time, and as the material is not wanting we have been puzzled to know the cause. As the young mea seem to deplore their state of single cussedness, we are inclined to think the young ladies are to blame. Now, my dear girls, this should not be. You wiil regret it in after years, for it is generally conceded that, even in a country where birds and flowers abound; in fact, where one's entire sur roundings are calculated to inculcate the sweetest disposition, old maids are disa greeable and crusty. Then what kind of a monster may we expect in the anti quated being who has grown so under the bane of the cold, unsocial and cheerless objects in nature with which one is ever associated ui a mountainous country: Ladies take warning. iMBaa Will leomb. 'S, Last night and the rvght before Las Vecas was paralyzed by th '- nome comedy company in that heart-rending play above mentioned. We will be charitable with our evening contemporary and leave for it to say that ' the spacious hall was jammed to overflowing with the best of our citizens,'' while we wilt take up the play at the beginning extremity, and criti cise as we kno how to. The characters were well taken, and J. George Smith as Mr. Dolby, an English fop, wuti kis brain paitsd in the middle and his exageratea eyebrow wom on his upper lip, curled up like a man who had taken too small a dose of piil, was great, and acted su lifelike and natural ihat the audience sympathized with him tur bring a ffernun. V. H. LeRoy, in the charac ter of John Martin, a Boiton Dean biter, lulfilled the engagement perfectly, and when he so willingly gave up sixty cents to Tot, the street sweeper, we ielt like tacklmj him after "the play for a quarter. But he made h;s exit by the back stairs and crawled through the board fence in the Tear of McCoti nell's fbr a handful of cloves for his sore throat. Miss Annie Lisenbee appeared homelike with a broom and two sparkling eyes beaming affection, piety and sixty' cents out of Mr. LcRoy, but that was in the play and he couldn't help-it. As Tot, the stieet sweeper, she was immense, and 'every young man in the audience would have added to the contribution had the hat deca passed all around. In the last act, where she makes love to the son of Uncle Joshua, she went about it so natu ral that Johnnie Hedricks came near for getting where he was, and asking her if she was in dead sure earnest, we couict not help but. sympathize with him when he was about to clasp her in his arms, but couldn't, because of his broken shoulder, and felt like offering our services to help him out; but just then the old man ap peared and ft ightened the lovers off the stage. Johnnie does first rateas a lover, and take him oiF the stage, where no' one could look at him, or criticise his awkward position, we'll bet he could do some aw ful tail hugging, shoulder or no shoulder. Miss Carrie Hume, Miss Kittie Judd, and Miss Mollie Garrard, got their shaie of the applause and are welcome to our best enccmums. Will Cullen, as the drunken father cf Tct, impressed us with the be lli tth.t he had a bottle behind the scenes for his private indulgence. His cl:ttk eye locked fist-like, and we iwn deied if he had not been out on another serenading tour. His pants were not very previous around the bosom, and would have set better with another reef in the main stays. W. S. Williamson, the bold, bad policeman, acted the part as if he wanted a second term. The. young lad who stuck gold paper on his coat buttons is due much credit for ns appearance. 1. F. Mills, as Elder Hammond, was well on his road ti heaven, being nearly seven feet tail. Hi acting and preaching were pood . and we understand that he has concluded to follow the professit n and will shortly open an opposition in dependent temple. -W. E. Hogsett in the role t f Cyrus Prime, did nobly, and was found everywhere that Matilda went. In fact the whole tliin-j was good and spec ial attention is called to Will Curtis, as Uncle josh. He was tip-ttp ; his make up vvay-up and his acting superbly im mense. He on sell more pumpkins and secure more young and pretty ladies than aay o;hr man in Vegas. We do not w.sh to criticise the acting, but the play has siveral faults. Now in the last act Geor4e Smith and Kittie Judd came in and ave it out that they are married, but r.o one saw ihem make love, and the same fault is itistlv founded with Mr. Le Roy and Mits Hume, but mayos that was p ayedbehitid the scenes far the protec tion of the actors, but the announce ment that these two couples were married was like cold blooded murder to young men in the audience, and we advise Smith and Le Roy to wear lung protec tors as they value their lives. The company may visit Santa Fe and should the itizenes of Albuquerque see fit to send them an invitation they would mobablv accent it and favor the citizens with this laughable comedy. A -v - - - - 1 SAX MARCIAL. Sai Marcad is the end of the division on the Santa Fe, has a round bouse, large offices and of course is the residence of quite a numoerot railroaa lamines. 1 ne position of San Marcial as a town, has been very indefinite, owing to being situated on a Mexican grant,but this ques tion will bssett'ei forever in a few days, as thera lroad i about to purchase the t 1 t ... --f- -,''' f " ! O.ieh.ilt and tlnee-iarter bred. Well Marked. Sirtíd bv S11 Hry.NO. 1850; Moss Agate, 1837; Uncle Dick, iSA.-H. R. From Colorado grade Hereford aid high grade Short-horn cows. Bulls are in pasture at Thatcher Station. Prices reasonable. Correspondence solicited. Also for sale the three sires samed above. Rare chance for good thoroughbreds, well acclimated, and moderate prices., , 1 h a I LlQYGtlGL interest of Mr. Zimmerman in the grant, then with the energy always displayed by this comnanv. commence, the erection of large stock yards here, making this the chief shipping point lor me great rancnes south and west. The railroad wilt also plant a colony of fruit growers in this im mediate vicinity, íind with other large in terests which wiil center here, San Marcial will shake oil the lethargy which seems now to environ her and assume that posi tion of commercial importance which is her due. The San Marcial house is a comfortable and home like hostelry and sets a good table. Mr. Harvey, the proprietor, is fining up and will shortly open a splendid din ing room and luncti counter on me ironi street. ' ... Laree and extensive additions are being added to the railroad hotel, the press ot business necessitating this improvement. . B. Tavlbr late of Las Vegas, has a fine restaurant here and is doing well. Louis Baer is a bright young merchant who has a good stand and is doing a pay- mg trade. v " - Simon Leyser, the oldest merchant in the place, having been in business here for twelve years, is a good example ol what persistence and thrift will do for a man. tie carries a stock of general mer chandise of $95,000 ?.nd controls a splen did trade. Mrs. Leyser is a woman or large busiuess faculties, and doubtless a great deal of the success of her husband is due to the assistance she renders ' The Masonic fraternity will give a large ball here on the fourth of March, which will be the society event of the season. Over three hundred invitations have been issued, and guests are expected from Al buquerque, Socorro, El Paso and Darn ing. 1 he arrangements anc in me uauus of good men ana a success w:u oe scored. Truatee Bale. . Whereas. Horace isreurater, thn of n?":!ll" county, territory ot Mew iexio-. on mo iweu- tv-tlíütll OHS OI AlUÍUHt, A. v-trsj, uy u:- .:-.- lomuonl oiiiu t. 01 u,itB, recorded Itt-ov.l; z. on naeea 9 10 and It. of the rewrtij in lb of iic of the probate ciei k and ex-cffloio recorder í ad conuiy-cf Mereili.lo did eonvy to UanieUJeary as trustee Uie following real es tate, silu lie in the town of Albuquerq "e, eoun ty and territory aforesai 1, and described as fo' !aws: J.o numbers twe ity-three CAD and t'.ventj-'o 'ir (24), In bloek cumber two (2) of the Dica additiou to the towu of Aibuquer-iiie. known and designated aa such upon ike plat of atidaddlliu'i filed in the offic of Uie probate oleik and ex-officli recorder of Bernaltl o county on the twentieth day of December, A, u. lis, to ul.vrA to Fannie . Miller the Davrnent oiicr- tain nromlssorv note, bearing eve-i da with sal tde-dof trust and nmé detar, twelve per ceil AntW w iHfw nine dollar, ihe princp tl of -Hid note, and c-r Tain m-'-re-r. uiereon. 1 ntw one aau uuy.tia Now. therefore, at the request oí Fanuie U. Miller, t he leatal holder of said ne, I do hereby stive nonce, til n for tee Burposeof payiug the aame.a ldall . est arising therefrom, I will on Tiitirsdiv.llie twelfth d ty of March, A. O, Mss. at tbe hour of tea o'clock a. in., at the front door of the First Nail -mal bauk, in tbe iiaid town of Albnquereji", Beraa'.llH coimtv. and terrltoiy ot fc-w Mexico, t-'l til- bIkvv de scribed prooertv at public auction to the bijznest and best bidder f.resh I'AMSL O KAUY. Trustee. Dissolution of Copartnership The firm of Kirkpitrlct Culver have this dav d sso'.vd by inttttial consent, Mr. KiiK pattiek haviuifs-id all his Interest to Mr. Cul ver, who wiil coufuue the business. Mr Kirlt patries will collect all duo us "d p j all lia btltliestodaU, if. K I V K P A.TRICK. P. P. ULVJER. Albuqui rqtie, January :1, 185. Homestead Ho. 193.1 NOTICE IOS P17BE.ICATIÓI. Land Or-rica at Saxta Fb. 1 . M. 1 - lanua'-y 2. 1SS5. f Notice is hereby Riven that the foUowtng n otied setUtr has Hied notice of his intention to ntakii liaal proof in support of his elatni. and ta ,t s ttd pro.ii will be niaiie before tbe Probate Jiuae at l-ott Lnuas.'X. M on M irch w. 15, v7. Jok M. l'.spini'ia. of Valem-ia countv, for the 8. tí i H. ', hee. 3, '" lo K- K. l W. Ho nn-rea the i.n'i.uw;ii;j witnoses lo prove his c0"ti"uoo.s re-itiHuee upon aod culltvaiioo ot satd land, vra: Ketm n ;a U'sros. J. Lv -u T-lies, ,1 .se D C haves, Fiaiici-itfO Perra, all of nxn itael 1". O. ft. w. MAX FROST. Register. Hamestaad So. 1U75. ' SOTICE FB IfltBtlCATIOH. Lako Of Ick at Santa Fs, N . M. I Feb. 33, 188, 1 Jíottce is hereby B'ven that th f .llowing-in-inrtl jB'tlert.as tiled notice of hts inteatmu to malte final proof in support oí his claim, and tlwt said pro if wilt be madehefo.-e the Pronate .1 il .eoi Valencia Co.. at Lo l-unas, N. M., on At lii 1 1. IMS, Tí : J'e Feiipe Castillo j 01 i .I ValeiM'taeouTttv, tor the lot 4, rec.S.T.Sf K 3 W, HadS.W 1-4. iS,V 1-4, S.B.1-1SW. ,i. fi i; i-t W. 1 4. See. SI. T. 4 K.. R. 3 W. tie ..iíii-js tit l.!wiinr witnesses to prove his coriu uous resitleuce upon .itt eudivati.m Ol h't 1 laa J, VZ : r r,m. I kj v. j i ill., o'.' tant-liet, Ko aii V. v Chaves, .luan J. Puio. Ail ot üeleu P.O..N. tí' , MAX FSOST, Hecister. - - ft'om s ed No. jx'7.1 SOTICE FAX HITBIICATIOX. Laud CFyici at sst Fb. N M. I tb. 3. 1885. I .'ice Is hnrcbv Riven that tie foliowini;-o-. i -I e tier h is aid n ttlie of his iuteatto.. '.. rx ike filial pr.fit in -"ipp 'rt of his ciai'a and. ti i s.vd pr'ioi will ba m i ie before the pro l.-oi..dtie :U Los Lunas, NV M.. on April IS. 'S-Í5 viz; Josh Antonio Cattíllt y bare ot V ilene a Co., for the S.E. l-i, cee. 25. T. IS., E. 1W. . lie names ths fnllovtn witnesses to prove his eontiuuoni resideiio pon, and culf ivatl-tn of sail land, vii: ft unan Ca,Ü!lo y ('haves, Viceiiie Satiches, Feiiite C. y Chaves, Fra.no s c t y li io. . ' iiiof Beien i-.o...ai. MAX. FSoST. eglsl'ír. if : ri''.in-te1 So. ÍW6 1 . ' NOTICK FOR PCBtlCATIO-l. ? Lasd OrrcK at Haxta Fr, N. JI.-l Feb. 23. 1SK5. ( Notice is brebv vivea thai the f tlotvine named sol tier Ivts filed notice of his intention to mak" fin1 o-o f iu Mippnrt of bise.,im, and th a'd proof wdl be made before the probate j dtr st ot 1 vnas. N. (., oil Ann! 1, less, vii: Franeieo Castillo v Pino, of Valeneia Co., for the 3. W. 1-4. See.-M.T. 4 N.. It. 3 W. H" nam s the followini wimosses to prove hts continuous residence unort. and eultivalion of. said land vir. : li .mau Cs.tilio v Chaves, Vicente raaohei. Felipe C. y harta, Juan J Pito. AUaf Balen r.O. Jf .M. - MAX FROST, Fuiilster. km mo mi,u 1 ' -': in íes: -tan Marcial. 114 ln'les ; I ,wii.ft interest at tne .rae .1 . ,IM, fr,n S lI1 Autiuio. 89 mil t per annum trom d tte nnru patu. t..p w, m;e is.ansum or Iree Buuuretiaun .; v. . TT..;-t-. SBB BULL! - Pr isn Trinidad, Colorado. ftemeitead No 1976.) SOTICE FOR rCBUCitlOS. Lasu-Officb at Santa Fk. N. M. j. Feb. 23, 18-5. 1 Notice is hereby given that ths following, named sefier lias flied notice ef his intention to matte ilaa prjot l i support of his claim, and that said proof w ll be mane before the pr ibati juil-! ( L s Limns, N.M..011 April 13, JS85, viz : PaDlo Cadillo y (J. ave of Valencia Co., for the . 1 2,tN.lí. 1 4, lots laud 2, Sec. 4.T. 3 N., H. 3 W. - " tie names the following! witnesses t prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said Un i. viz: Juan .1. Wno, Kmnw C. y Chaves, Felipe C. y Chaves, Francisco l. y Fino. Aliof Beleu P.O..N.M. Jl A.X FROST, Register. Homestead o 1973. . KOTICE FUR PCBLICATIOJT. LAND Ornes AT Saxta Fb. N. M. I Feb. S3. f Notice i hereby triven that the follow n named settler his fl eti notie of his iiiteution to make ft-ial pr of in supoorc of his c'aim, and toat said proof will ne made before the probate judge at h'w I.nnaS, N. M.,ou April 13. 1885. viz: doman Cas tilt yll laves, of Vatancia Co., fi r fue S E. Kec. M, T. 4 N.. B. 3 W. He nwa the follow ng witnesses to prove hi-t coniinuius residence noon, and coltl vailon of, sad laud, viz.: Viccnie nchez, Kelip- C. y Cuaves, Francisco O. J Fino, Jaau J . l ino. Ail of Bel-n P. O-, W. V. MAX FROST, Register. ED. GTOASBUeC. Dealer In OILS, PAIKTS, PUTTY, GLASS, , AND WALL TJJErEZHi. Finest, and. larsre-tt stock In the Territory. Paintin lu ail 11 branches. Orders promptly Vl-e tided to. Shop on 5tvt 4íW4?, near center r TMrit Mrft. PROPOSALS F03 TiH SFOBT JICH HkaiwjuartersDepartwkxtofthb 1 1 íllMNOl'Rl. OKF1CK OF 1 BR ! CHirF ÍUARTKRMASTKlt. f Fort Leavenwoitii.Kaitsa', FeDruary !4, 185. J HEALED PROPOSALS, In trip icate, sub ject to the usual conditions, will be receiveu at this office unul ta'. loen itoon..:atutiay. fciaiclt 1t.lo-j.aT V.hit.lv tinta-and p itee tbey will lie opened in the presence of bnlde s, for the transitoria ion of military tupplies, on the fol lowing described routes in the Department of the N issouri, during Ihe fiscal year eoinmen eiitf! July 1st. lb5, and ending Juue 30th, l6t, viz : jtouTB No. l. Caldwell, Kansas, to Fort Eeno, I. 1". Distance 11 1 nr.iies. Koi'TK No 2. Dodse City. Kansas, to Fort Sinmiv.-l. T , and FoU Kllioit, Texas. Dlst.ttce o tort ElllOLC. 165 uilies; to Fort Snpply, &t milts. . KotTK No. 3. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Kailway to Kerr. Mantón u. M. Distance ias vey:as, isu miles ; irum rutniiu, w rem Lava, n miles ; Irom Car- Wieblta Falls, Texas, to Fort 8111. I. T. Distance about 6o an'i o6 mile respectively. Roots No. 5. W stern terminus of the Fort WortU and Denver City Kailway to Fort Kllioit. Texas. Distance fiom proposed terminus iu April, 18S5 about 13) miles. I'r-.posals tor transportation onsnyorall Of the route above named w 11 be received. The Government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Blame proposals, fom of contract, and nrtute 1 cirtu'lars, (jiving full Information as to i lie manner 1 bidding, etc , wiil ba furnished on apflicatlon to this office, or to the Chiel Quartermaster, District of Hew Mexico, Santa Fe. e ttcxie. -. ,. Knvelopcs conti'itiutt pronosals. Bhonld be marked "Prouo i Is for ir-tnsporiation on Houte No ," and addressed to the under signed. JAME -4 GILT.'SS, Major ana Quart rmaster U. rt. A., Chief Quartermaster. Proposals for Logging 1S85. rorf sals are invited by the Aver Lumber i;otittany i.tr nau'iag et-jnt- mimen teet ot log, mo eor les, to its mid at Flagstaff Arizona, tl"rit (t the presort season, the haul to be fn.m tbree to tour miles.. Also for cuttinj aud s'sld diue thsfcame. Los trucks will he furnished bv the company. rmr inttst ne itent 1 i repair bv the co'itract trs. )tit!s mat I e niad for culling anil skiddi. u and haidiux secara elv. Ail bids must be In by " arch 1st,- but tile eornoauv r.-serves the r.itht to reject any or all bids if its interests remnre ft. Any Information required . v bidders will be furnished o anplic .uonlo D. K. KlOtiDAN, Superintendent Homestead No. 1261. H0TICE FOB FUBLICATIOJf. Land Officr at Santa Fk, N. M. 1 January 28, 1885. ( TVorfee Is ht.rebv fftren that the foltowisis named seller has filed ao ice of his Intention to n'ake final proof 1.1 support of hisclaim. and tha gald proof will be made before tiie Probale Judge Los Lunax. N. M., on March ', 18S5. viz : B n to Baca of Valencia couut. for ih N K 14 A. E. S. '4 N.W. 1 sec. 11, N. W NW. 1-4 See. IS. T N R. 12 W. He name the following witnesses to prove his eoniiniioua redidence upon, and enl tiva'ion 1, said land, viz: Jose lia'lej. Pa; r.eio G reía. Felix B tea. Jos Sanchez, all otBtiiiKaiaelF.O. N. M. MAX FR03T, Resiste. irre-emetion v0. ie STOTICE FOB PCBLieiTIOir. LAND OFFICE Al SA X . A FIÍ. N M. I , February 7. 188x f Notice is hereby given that the foil iwlng named eet l-rbas tiled noties of h s lute ition t make tin 1 proof in support of his claim, and th d. tin! proof w 11 omade before the Register and R -eeive - at santa Fe. fce . llex !. on March 2s. isii. viz: liarles Paxion. il Valencia county, for .f e s. E it, N E. li.'K 5. s. E X .See. 2, i. 8 n, K 12 w tu names ihe Ii ltOAine witnesses to-prove his continuóos n sldenoe nnoii. and cultivation of. said U"d viz; James Ditnler. of Cranrs P o., S. .M., Mariano Wt of Crant's P. '., N. M., J Si azar Oiero.of Crani's P. O., N. M. W. D. Betbanj, of Grant's P. ., N. M. MAX KOsV, Ke-lster. the mm SCHOOL INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT Oi-d-rs rnceiveil and ronfrnetn made fr pat itina In a 1 its branches. Special aiientwn ven m i;raiiing aud iuterinr deconilicnu reiepnone ?. iu. DIAMONDS in Rings, car Drops, Pins, Cres cents. Loose diamonds and opals mounted in I. J. SHARICK. any tyle. 11IU V,lJdiiil3. " , I. I. SHARICK. RHEUMATISM.. The Great Turü.sñ lUicumatio Cure. A s-re nr.ci i:i54f,re ewe f(r TlVa Tía;.' :n :c r.: y i.f us Tanw.'! íVríiis -acuco. liiiintkiPiory or Chrome, jjw wtlt b& p.voii for any aeoi r 1 tf ln?atmnt wiil no:-:tu-r or Ix-rTV A cure euaraiiUfil pi ni wl I Taw tpeotincB! out! of liio p.-t-utir discoveries . he a:ma.'s ot medicine. On Uo r".il a ve rt'l.eí. anil a itiff i- es vni: uve tirxiijed riiot will relieve levrrnnil píün in Uiejoim jl wilJ satnlno G9 BWi-!l:ti of ffiíí joluL m two to turre ya, and movement bpwimo e;iNV in three cr four day-. A complete cure in tlirce Co fivéíí'jya, Tiiia is na ímmbuj?. It is not acare for ail diseases. Tt is proparcd specially for th :m of Riietim:itiai. Vihy suíier lon?.'-r"í fi:are yor.r cívo cíu' scnt tor terms. Snrt sianfp fyr e-.rcur. Call on or rti dn. ln. KTíSDKUaUíí. fid 603 TfVVaüdoUf Street, iLiCriiS City, Ala - M. O. ZIRHIJT, EVlAfáUFACTOHY. " Corner tiecand and Copper Avenue. Th Longest Lisa of Railroad in the 'World TJnix Oca Man&geaisiit. t The Atchison, Topeka a Santa Fe - an Eminent Example of Aierica " Enterprise, Enercy and Perse verance. "' . In tlie hands of young men, this great system has been so carefully managed that it has earned 'a reputation second to none for .convenience, safety, and the luxuries of travel. It is fast becom ing the popular route for trans continental travel, in connection with the Southern Pacific railroad. . It has opened up an almost unlimited field for pioneer enterprise in the far West. No other railroad can carry the man, who is seeking his fortune, to golden opportunities, such as are -open along a thousand miles of this great system. Special freight rates are given to min ers and immigrants. For all the information you desire write to ' .. ' W. F. WHITE, . ' General Passenger Agent; " , ' - Topeka, Kaiisa Or W. L. MALCOLM; Eastern Agent, . 419 Broadway, New York. Z ' la 02 KEARNY ST SECju Tst.IWsh-- f.rh ST-inf "i and Mieeriy cure of Chi otiic. Xvirons and típectal Diseases. THE- EXPERT SPECIALIST, Olí. ALLEN, IS A KEGUI.AU KADUATED Flivsieiau fro to Uni.eisiiy of dicing in. He has devoted a lifetime to. and is acknowledged to be, ihe most expe:rt fcurgeon In his specialty on the Pacific coa-st. And MIODLS AGFD MEN", who are raftering from the eliects of Youthful Indiscretion or Excesses iu'maturer vears. Nervous and Physi eal J)ebll tv.. irMii-i!CV ef urit'at na, etc.. re member I nave aVeifetanle Cunipomid, the rsnil of mativ -ens of spjc at tiractice and hard studv. which uudtr my special advice has never failed of stter-e-s in the curd of Lost ManhuocI, Vi ostatorrhta, etc. i . HOSPITAL EXPÉK1ESCE. (Havms be. n 8'treeon in ehari;- of two leading iiospii tls) enables m to treat all private trotib-l-s'lfh excellent resiirts. 1 wish it distinctly understood that 1 do not claim to perform lin-po-sibililtes I claim only to lie a skillful and successful fhy ifian a-d Surgeon, thuroujtUíy informed in my,speeia ty DISEASES OF MEN. All will receive my honest opinion of their cotnplainis 110 experimenting. 1 w.U KtiH,ran tee ap sii Ive cure iu ev .-ry case I undertake, or forfeit H)05 Consüitíit'oa in otiice or by i-ttr Free and str'ctlv pnvate. 1 harges moderate, cull on, or address . ALLEN, t6 i-H Kearny St., San Franc-IMS', Cal. p r- p n r 3.- 1 c , 5 3 1 VOUí-jL1ULJü ETi LACÜ VITA?- Ciizzorr? Aw paints cfnp Ncntitu 1:iil 1 V-91B. ÍLiuriiafim, - t D.-illiit' mi l mo fciimirrti to LlTtlha hRT, iltuMmt-e U.e very ialt-st ttiipri'vri, a;identire?r d:íícn?t frrm Mí and muou currvisi.3 wtuiuut wtu'.i. if? no irritation ftiTiie reih ea.;tn worn at worn ww u a, rwii oniy rutirtiab-" to aiit-r- Powrrt-piutíedt lliCftt)lft tí.iHíIÍ'IH 6!U2i . 'is. 'ilbow tor MB QtxLT at ono rrsfíttííf -viU of d:ta, M ttK-T act i-rJt u-Htri iHervous uiAr ñvd Gnertlv Gin. trri, pwlitT rtwtorir.jc tiie vireiftv which U tiertne- tern by csxiei or imíis cretitvni, they ttw in íittturi! wav ovarcom the vHrmm withoittíruv'njr tirt-BUiii Jitii. l-cy tvi.icure siró. 0X tthntl Of Btr--T- rlAimnnAon. Rod 8 nreparwi tí íuttúl boUU 'IliaotnLcd itui.i'iUt Frr. or en t twloa io7 ie pwhiqa "Ósaaiitaiiaa AMCRICAHOALVANIC CO Tho BrjYfcua' tiriDE 13 issued Marrh and Sept., each year;- 22-t pastes, 8x1 IV inches, Vilh over S,3QO illustrations a whole picture gallery. Gire wholesale prices direct to consumers on til goods for ccrson;:! or fcrnily cso. Tells how to jr. vea esact ervtliingyou ect, wear, or r.-ith. rite7a orcl or, anil COíi Of Í-7- vso, lrinír. have f; - ínvatuaí. w luvtks contttin infurir.ation rloancvl iroir. Uie marj-etsof lija -world. Vt'e -will mail a cony 1'rec to any address rpon receipt of tha poátagp S curtís. Lc-t us hear from yen. KeíTxvt fully, JV50NTC0MERY WAHD A CO. S& & íí; VVib.-iii Arcvuw t-hum kUu Vrt REI.t. TH R r MISSOURI STEAM it will pay any inti Upent man or woman pinvmeat to write fc i lUufitiaied Circuí. aud Term" of AKenS fnr th9 rFLEPBATit TiTtcvinn ii l STEAiyf Í WASHES whioh by reason of i ta reat intrinsic merit t meeUii with each phenorneuai aacca- fr-T . WOKI'H, 6X. ÍAX01H, MO., ot. Gü-lOAGO. LLJ AlMolutel. Curml in 30 to 00 Dav, 'tjvLlr Hi.rrp , pu.Wsqnwic tlastiO Trtis. VV'arn't'tl on lvüLeíttbjc "1 SD&S In wi.-M. Enure: vditf'ertnt fVoni .llotheri. JferleitetaiDrr; worn wun cJ ana eomron Bleht .nil rier. CT.d theftsmon. Dr.J. fcimiitl 0i.y.antlhuriiirrü.0tiie7k Litu.Miutp.í'rP. back .ti a Elastic Taaw Co. i N .6 St, St. Loots, ) , !' .... N i If i' W I o I CSliilTt TittCU)V 0FICFJi8-LotTT HcNlMO.Prest. Joseph Bmt, Vice-Prest. W. L. P. W iisox, Canhler,- DfRE0TOB8 : Inis Hnnlug, Edmund H. Smitb, Joseph Beil. htriekland Aubright, W. A. Drake, W. K. P. WHsou, en. F. Cbalender. Does a General L'auktog Casiacss, Gold dust purchased, and advances made on Shipments of Caltle, Gold and silver Bullion, Ores, etc. Superior facilities for mikini? eolleetloni on accessible points at par, for customers Exchange on tha principal cities of Europe for sale. Interest Paid ea Tiae Deposits. First national M OF ALCCQÜEIÍQUE, N. BI. (Consolidated; with the Central Bank uf ltay nolds Bros.) ' Authorized Capital, - $500,000 Capital paid In - - - CO,000 Transacts a Pneral Banking Business. " OFFICEE8: ,T. Raynolds, President. .18 KavsoiJ H. V-l'rcsident. N. C. Kaff, C ashier. M. W. Fi-ousKOT. A-Casliler. DI HECTORS: F. W. SMITIt. SUPT. A. 4 P. R. R. A. A CHANT.- COXtRAfl SHEHPIttO, W. GÁ-LAN0. A. GKL.-ysf-tLO ' JOSHUA S. KAYNOLDS, JEFKEhSON ÜAYX0LDS. Dfptsitory- f the Atdiisoa, Topeka & Ssitta Fe and Atlantic racWe Kaiiroads. THE- Atlantic anü Pacific '. -"HAILROAD Through line between the Pactfl" Coast and the East, in connection with the Southern Pacific, ' Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, St Louis Si San Francisco Railroads, thereby formintr the best and short est tine between the Last aud vvest. wtui ail modern improvements and cen venieuces tor safety aud comfort. Piiilsiaii Palace ' fckepisg Cars - WITHOUT CHANGE Are mu throtttjh between tt. Iiuls, Kansas Cits" and f an Francisco. Trains on the Atlantic & Pacific Ra" road will hereafter be run on Mountain Standard Time. STATIONS. KAMI BOUND. BOUiSD. Leave. 3 to a. m. 8 M a. m Arrive. Albuouerqne tioolidi;, NVutfiale. tr.UlUO. Manuelito, Holbrook.' V iuslow, piai'siatf, Williams. Ash Fork. Peach Hpriugs. liaekberry. KtBKinau, Lv, The hcedies. Ar. Aioliave. Ar.iBan p-rancisco.tv Los Angeles. 11 30 p. Dt. 6 no p. m. 6 so p. in. 3 (K) p. m . 4 22 p. Ill 1 24 a in. 12 01 p. m. 9 IS p. 111. 7 W a. m. 5 'in a. m. 2 i o a. in. P i'-.i a, 9 4s a. to a; a. 1 64 p. 3 1 p. 6 01 p, 8 00 p. 10 00 p, 2 05 p. 3 M a. m. m. m. in. in. m. ru. m. . m. 12 &o a. m. 4 3 a. ni i ao p. ui llriO l. 1M 9 lo a. ii L 30 a. n 11 AO p. UI. 0 00 p. m. to 16 p. m. 3 30 a. m. li So p m. Through tickets to all the principal cities east and west on sale at the following stations: Ai- buo'ieroue, n. M-, Jtoiurooa, iusiuw, ri stiuf . Peach Borintts, Kiiurman, Prescott, Ariio ua, aud the Need tes. Cauioruia. Stage Connections. Via Laguna to the Indian Tillage of A coma, 18Víá Win; to Ft. Wlngate, 3 miles; Zunl, 45 miles. Via DfnnaelHo to Ft. D-'flsnce (Navajo agency), 2o ludes; Canoa de Chello,65 miles; ixeams r'iinon, SO miles. Via Hibrk, trl-weekly staees to St. Johns, S3 miles; Ft. Apache, 90 ntiies ; St.rit'g ervilte, 95 miles: Show Low, 60 miles; 1 aylor ville. 35 ud.es; Moqul Indian village (no reyular staL'e) ;-t miles. Via Wlnslev to Brisham City and Sunset. Via Ann rs-K, daiiy siagett lo Precott and Whipple liarntcks, 64 miles; daily stages from Prestoit to I hoeuU, and tn-weekly siasjes to Ft. Verde. Via Peach Srinr to the Grand Can on ef t 4 orai, lóm.ies. Via KiBKinan, ua:!y stages to Brockton Hill, 10 miles; Mineral Park, lo mlie; Cerbat, Mutiles. Via ' aces to Signal, 40 miles. Via tteedles, steamer to Sfuma, Colorado river agency. Ft. Mohave, Mohave it y, Haruy ville, Arizona, and rldorado canon, Nevatia. To Insure prompt sUipnteut. freight sltot'.ld be delivered at depot by or beiore 4 o'clock p. in., Albuquerque time. wmmvsoVt Geni Passenger Agent. F "W. BHTTH, Gen'l supt. - ' W. C. NIXON, Axeut, Albutrueroue. N. M. PVni'OtriCK BlUEtlS. The general delivery will be open daily from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and lrom :30 to 7 p. in. Sundays frota 9 a. in. to W a. m., aud Irom :3u p. m. Ui 7 p. m. Money order and registry department from 8:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Via. j Close?. Ajrivvf. 3 l."aiit IC :5..a. it! lisxip.m 4.O. F., north. Jtl M If MOllltt. :t)0p. Ui. 9 0 p. HI. 9aXu. in. AT. Atlantic Pacific.... r ... --U :io p. in sv ; t Thos. HuOHit8.Poktmsster. Kw Time Card. Below are figures on our new time card taking effect April 10 : . a. t. a s. F. R. r. 101 passenger from north arrives 3:00 a. m., leaves going south 4 a. m. 103 passenger from north arrives 6:10 p. m., leaves going south 6:35 p. m. I09 freight from north arrives 12:40 p. m , leaves going south 1:10 p. m. " 102 passenger irom south arrives 1 1:20 p. m., leaves going north 11:59 p. m. 104 passenger from south arrives 6:30 a. ni., leaves going Horth 6:45 a. m. no freight from south arrives 12:10 p. m., leaves going north 1240 p. tn. A. A P. K. F. No. 1 passenger leaves for the west at 3:40 a. m. No. 2 passenger arrives from the west at 1 1:30 p. m. Trains mentioned above carry passen gers. Other trains do not carry passen gers. A. T. & S F. trains 101 and 102, and A. &P. trains Nos. I and 2, carry United States mail. W. C Nixon, Agent.